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5 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From My Hardest Days

I wish everyday could be bright and happy, but it turns out that life doesn’t work that way. It isn’t always easy, and some days are tougher than others, but the hardest days teach the most valuable lessons.

When Your Life Is Full Of More Bad News Than Good

When I was at the Mayo Clinic for 7 weeks 3 years ago I went determined that I was going to meet an adorable guy who was also riddled with life threatening illness. And that was going to be my silver lining to my “Travel out of state for medical care because I’m literally dying” hospital stay.

12 Realities Of What Self-Care Truly Is

Self-care isn’t all face masks, bubble baths, incense, and glitter… It can seem ugly sometimes.

The Bond Between a Mother and Son is Just as Important as a Mother and Daughter

We often forget that women and girls are not the only ones who develop low self-esteem in today’s society. Young boys have issues and struggles too. For instance, more than 40% of boys in middle school and high school feel the need to increase muscle mass in order to gain

What You Need To Know If You Want To Be Confident

Being comfortable in your own skin can be extremely difficult.

With today’s use of social media, it’s hard to not feel pressured to follow trends and the stereotypical ideas of what it means to be beautiful—inside and out.

Find The Good In Your Bad Days

I’m someone who has been disabled all my life having cerebral palsy and being an amputee in a wheelchair. You’d think that with everything I have been dealt with, I would be disappointed in things not working out. However, I chose to find a silver lining in all of this. Even though I am disabled, I am still beyond grateful for all I have. I have a roof over my head, family and friends that love me, jobs that I am passionate about, and a life that may be hard at times but it’s mine. And I choose to see the silver lining in it. Is it perfect? Of course not. But some people aren’t as lucky as me and have it a lot worse.

Keeping An Impact Journal Can Help Organize Your Life

In January, I decided that it was time for me to get my life together. I had spent the last couple of months being, in no short terms, an absolute wreck. I couldn’t sleep, I drank more than ever I had, all of my relationships – romantic and platonic – suffered, and I could barely function enough to try to earn my Masters degree.

What Kindness Should Really Mean In Today’s World

For the longest time, I have always been unsure of who I am. I have always exhausted myself and wasted my time for people who did nothing for me. I would compromise my self-worth and who I am, to be someone that other people could love. But what did that do for me?

The Worst Thing You Can Do In Life Is To Not Take Action

Settling is comfortable. Your comfort zone is the safest place to be, but it freezes you in time. There is no growth there. You remain the same person and your curiosity will suffocate from lack of oxygen. New things give new life.

You’re Allowed To Cry, It Doesn’t Mean You Are Not Strong

I think many of us hide our emotions to please the people around us. However, it’s important for you to know that it’s OK to break down your walls, it’s OK to not be OK, and it’s OK to cry.